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An Examination of the Impact of Administrative Decentralisation on Participatory Local Government and Service Delivery in Tanzania
(University of the Western Cape, 2015)
Over the course of the past three decades bi-lateral and multi-lateral donor agencies, academics and practitioners have expressed the conviction that decentralisation of administrative and political authority to the local ...
Devolution and democratisation: policy processes and community-based natural resource management in Southern Africa
(University of the Western Cape, 2009)
By presenting case studies from the village of Mahenye in Zimbabwe and the five villages of the Okavango Community Trust in Botswana, the study looks beyond the objectives, discourse and contests of policy and undertakes ...
An assessment of primary health care services from the: perspective of the recipients in the Khayelitsha community health centre
(University of the Western Cape, 2010)
The general aim of this study is to undertake an assessment of the health care service provision in the Khayelitsha Community Health Centre taking into consideration the underlying principles of the Primary Health Care. ...
Spatial dimensions of health inequities in a decentralised system: evidence from Ghana
(University of the Western Cape, 2014)
Decentralisation has been considered by many as one of the most important strategies in public sector reform in several of the developing countries. Both donors and governments have regarded decentralisation as a tool for ...
An assessment of public participation processes in the Local government level with specific reference to agricultural programmes in Ntcheu district, Malawi
Agriculture is the greatest source of economic development in Malawi. Due to decentralisation process the Ministry of Agriculture and Food security through the Department of Agriculture Extension Services sector established ...